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JAN U ARY
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Is a dull month in the Hardware business. 'Twixt seasons for many of our
lines. However, there are no idle moments here, where big shipments of mis
cellaneous merchandise arrive each day goods bought right and at the right
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time for future economical selling. If not now, perhaps by and by you'll need
American Woven Wire Steel Field Fence, Plain Annealed and Galvanized Wire,
Poultry Netting, Gem or I. X. L. Chain Pumps, Steel Tubing;
Wheelbarrows, Cutting Boxes, Fine Axes,
Hatchets. Carnentfii's' Tnnls.
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ARE YOU SORE? USE
Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded
SORE FEET, BUNIONS.
Prevents Swelling, Allays Inflammation. It Cools.
It Soothes. It Cures.
Sold only In 25c., 50c & $1.00 Bottles.
At all pood Drugglsti.
For Sale by Thomns J. Chonowctli, Drugrgist.
DEEP WATER SHIP CANAL.
Proposed Construction of One Between
Lakes Erie and St. Clair.
Cleveland, 0., Jan. 12. lA. company
having for Its purposo the construc
tion of a deep water ship canal be
tween Lako SL Clair and Lake Erlo
has been, formed and its plans will bo
fllscussed at the meeting of the Lako
Carriers' association at Detroit on
English and French capital Is behind
the project Arrangements aro said
to havo been mado with London and
Paris bankers who purpose to tako
over the bonds. The passage planned
Is in a straight line from the foot of
St. Clair Flats canal to Lake Erlo. A
saving of 79 miles between Duluth and
Cleveland is said to be another of tho
benefits of tho proposed canal.
EPIDEMIC OF PNEUMONIA.
PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED.
Seven Persons Were Injured, But All
There Were 364 Deaths In New York
From the Disease Last Week.
New York. Jan. 12. Deaths from
pneumonia In this city last week, ag
gregating 364, aro causing tho depart
ment of health to adopt energetic
means to check tho progress of tho
"In my opinion," said Commissioner
Darlington, of that department, "tho
habit of expectorating in public places
has much to do with bringing on tho
disease. Last week's increaso of
deaths from that causo, nearly 100
more than for tho corresponding week
last year, is positively alarming, and I
havo taken measures to try and keep
iho dlseaso from spreading."
New York, Jan. 12. The Chicago &
New York limited express, east-bound,
on the Delaware division of the Erio
railroad, was wrecked Monday after
noon at Sands Switch, which is about
150 miles from New York. The entire
train, consisting of locomotive, tender
and baggage and passenger cars, left
tho rails from some causo not yet de
termined. Among tho seven passen
gers Injured were: E. E. Hivegen, of
Chicago; Mrs. L. F. Merriman, of Ak
ron, O., and Mrs. Anna Baker, of West
field, N. J. Their injuries are not con
sidered dangerous. None of the train
hands was Injured.
FOR FRIAR LANDS BONDS.
The Bids Were Opened at the State
Washington, Jan. 12. Bids for tho
Philippine friar lands bonds were open
ed at the stato department Monday.
Tho highest bid for the purchase of
tho entire issue of $7,000,000 was from
Harvey Fiske & Sons, associated with
Fisko & Robinson, and the National
City bank, of New York. Their figures
wero for all or nono of tho bonds,
107.577, and for all or any part of tho
bonds, 105.57. There wero 80 bidders
in all and much higher figures wero
offered for small lots of tho bonds.
Fined For Peonage.
, Montgomery, Ala,, Jan. 12. On a
plea of guilty of peonage, Samuel M.
Tyson, of Coffee county, was fined $1,
,000 by Federal Judge Thomas G. Jones.
The charge was that of unlawfully
holding a Negro in involuntary servi
Three People Drowned.
Tomales, Cal., Jan. 12. A row boat
containing four persons has been cap.
sized by a heavy sea outside of To
males Bay bar and James Zurmania,
Charles Wescott and Crockett Wescott
are believed to havo been drowned.
Struck Against Reduction of Wages.
Chicago, Jan. 12. Machinists, black",
smiths and patternmakers In the three
Chicago plants of the American Bridge
Co., went on strike Monday against
tho reduction in wages recently an
nounced by tho corporation.
Iis here just arrived fresh
from the mines. Peacock and
Williams, at same old price.
Also handle BRICK, Sand,
Lime and Salt Agents for
Alabaster Plaster &&&&
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.,
COOPER'S OLD STAND.
Convicts Extinguish a Fire.
Marquette, Mich., Jan. 12. Convicts
extinguished a fire in tho penitentiary
Monday, but not before tho cigar shop
and boiler house wero badly damaged,
i Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. Flour Winter
patent, $4.304.60; fancy, $3.904.10;
family, ?3.303.65; extra, $2.80(3)3;
low grade, $2.652.75; spring patent,
?4.655; fancy, ?3.954.20; family,
$3.75g3.90; Northwestern rye, ?3.25
3.40. Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, 94c on
track. Corn Sales: Mixed ear, track,
45Vc; white ear, track, 45c; No. 3 yel
low ear, track, 47c; rejected mixed,
track, 44c; No. 3 mixed, track, 45c;
No. 3 white, track, 45c. Oats Sales:
No. 2 mixed, track, 3939Jc; rejected
mixed, track, 38c.
Chicago, Jan. 11. Wheat May,. 80
864c; July, 8181c. Corn
May, 46-J446c; July, 4684C4c
Oats iMay, 39&C; July, 36c.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. Cattle Heavy
steers, choico to extra, $4.654.90; fair
to good, ?44.60; butcher steers, ex
tra,. ?4.604.70; good to choice, $4
4.50; heifers, extra, $4.15(3)4.25; good
to choice, $3.254; cows, extra, $3.65
3.75; good to choice, $3 3 60; stock
ers and feeders, $2.504. Calves Fair
to good light, $66.75; choice to extra,
$77.25. Hogs Good to choice pack
ers and butchers, $4.804.90; mixed
packers, $4.70(3)4.80; light shippers,
$4.55g4.85; pigs, 110 lbs and less, $4
4.50. Sheep Extra, $3.753.85; good
to choice, $3.353.65. Lambs Extra,
$6.50; good to choice, $0.106.40.
Thursday, January 4th, 1904.
HERE AND THERE.
Items of Interest From Nearby Towns and
Villages Contributed by the Bul
letin's Corps of Correspondents.
Gebmantown, Jan. 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Wei
burn Reese gave their brother Len Reese a din
ner lost Sunday in honor of his twenty-first
birthday. Thoso present were Charlie Owens,
Harry Calvert, Carrol Jones, John Walllngford,
Sam Walton and Harry Thompson.
Little Mary Butcher has been very ill with
Mrs. Kobert Humlong Is confined to her bed
from a fall sho received last week on the ice.
Ben Insko, a young man about twenty, who
was badly hurt in a mill, has had his toot ampu
tated and is in a serious condition.
Tho Germantown Fair Company had its annual
meeting on Saturday afternoon and elected of
ficers. They decided to havo tho fiftieth anul
versary of the "Old Reliable'' on the last week 1
August, commencing the twenty-fourth.
Mrs. Dan Lloyd has been with her grand
mother, Mrs. John Osborne, of Dover, for several
weeks. Mrs. Osborne has been quite sick, and
Henry White, who is paralyzed, is not expected
Wo want to thank the public for their
very generous patronage throughout
the past year, and It will be our aim
to merit public confidence in tho
future by squaro business methods.
Your money back If you are not satis
fied, and remember that we aro much
better prepared to show our diversi
fied lines in this good year of 1901
than we havo been in the past. More
room, more goods, and courteous
treatment to all. Wo invite you to
L. H. YOUNG & CO
No. 40 West Second Street.
We euro cancer without the knife. Veryllttlo
pain. Have cured over twenty cases In Mason
County during the last ten years. Wo send a
freo book upon request which tells all about
method of treatment. Will refer you to Mr.
Geo. 8. Roser of this paper, Seldon W. Bramel,
Wcdonla, Ky Mrs. Joel T. Lumau.Mt. Carmel,
Ky., Wm. Bramel, North Fork, Ky., and a dozen
?vhw!?,n.yollr ,wn county U you wish them.
Write for freo book at once.
DRS. GRAT1GNY & BUSH,
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O.
In Your Jeans
To buy Pictures of W. H. BYDEB.
Some very nice ones left over which
will go very cheap. Inspect our
121 Sutton Street.
A. N. ELLIS, A. M., M. D.
CeWS Mortal"; Jftffift
?82 "' Clnclnnatl C0110 Medicine and Sufgery
Spoclalist In Diseases of the Eye,
Ear and Throat.
S? V?.te.?, "nd K'fw ground tn order. Of
flceo. 135 West Second St., Maysvlllo, Ky.
January Clearance Sale
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Before You Slip I
W. HOLTON KEY, Agent.
Great Sacrifice , on many lots of Boots and Shoes
It's worth coming to
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
FMnH37A.comE,0, Threshing Outfit, in-
eluding Enc ne. Scnaratnr. ninvnr tinfi-
Everthlng in good order and a bargain to the
right party. For terms and description of same
apply to B.B.POLL1TT, circuit Cleri's office ,
TJtOR RENT-Comblned dwelling audoTe
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Wl?RrTwo travcltng salonmen tn each
state, permanent position. 860 nd rrwn.
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ion i". tnfen up at my Premises on North Fork
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Last month Southern PreRhvtnrinn on).
lectlona for foreign missions wero $17,
413.88, aa against $12,081.88 tho enmo
month tho previous year.
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